Mergers and Acquisitions (M & A) have become the order of the day. Given this scenario it is important for the lay man to understand the nuts and bolts of M & A. This page does exactly that – it is aimed at helping grasp the complexities of M & A in a simplistic, easily digestible manner.
Fundamentally, acquisitions create value when they enhance the strategic capabilities of both the companies, improving the competitive capabilities of either or both, resulting in improved financial results. There are companies that on their own probably would not be able to make it, but when combined, are able to create a better set of products and services than could have been otherwise provided to the market.
Mergers and acquisitions today are being used by firms to strengthen and maintain their position in the market place. They are seen as a relatively fast and efficient way to expand into new markets, and acquire new and useful technologies.
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